The Bruins will be without Nathan Horton for the rest of the Stanley Cup Final and perhaps beyond.
The Canucks? They'll be without Aaron Rome, the culprit of one of the NHL's most disgusting acts of the season, for the rest of the Stanley Cup Final as well, as the defenseman has been suspended for four games, according to the NHL.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli confirmed that Horton suffered a "severe concussion" when he was hit by Rome in the opening five minutes of Game 3 on Monday night. Rome was given a five-minute major penalty for interference and a game misconduct.
What do you think of the suspension? Was it enough? Too harsh? Vote below.
Powered by WordPress.com VIP